Statutes of the United States Relating to Revenue, Commerce, Navigation, and the Currency: To which are Prefixed the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution

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Little, Brown,, 1868 - 960 стор.
 

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March 2 Passenger Vessels
116
June 12 1858 Part of Appropriation Act of 1857 Ch
154
Feb 22 1827 Entries at Fairfield
156
Collection of Duties
168
July 5 Amendment of Deposit
219
152
221
May
224
153
228
March 3 1841 Accounts of Customs Officers
231
Judicial Courts
232
186
244
May 20 1826 Transit between Philadelphia and Baltimore
248
March 1 Relief of Sick and Disabled Seamen
249
198
250
April 2 1844 Disposition of unclaimed Goods illegally importeil
255
66
270
March 16 1802 Fisheries
271
45
287
March 3 Punishment of Piracy
288
49
293
May 9 Ship Island Port
294
283
303
17 Ventilation of Passenger Vessels
308
March 3 1851 Compensation of Collectors for superintending Lights
323
54
325
Jan 11 1805 Port of Cambridge
332
June 29 Registering of Vessels of Accessory Transit Company
351
66
352
Feb 21 1855 Deserters from Foreign Vessels in United States Ports
363
April 5 1856 Hannibal and Peoria Ports
369
Feb 21 1857 Foreign Coins
376
March 2 Regulation of Seamen
389
Jan 27 1858 Selma transferred to Mobile District
393
June 16 CustomHouse of Brazos de Santiago District
395
Feb 28 ConsulGeneral at Simoda
404
10
409
Aug 5 Part of Act to provide increased Revenue from Imports
411
Feb 10 1807 Coast Survey
415
March 3 1863 Compensation of certain Collectors
421
24 Seizures
427
Dec 15 Saco District
433
66
434
457
439
Dec
440
465
445
473
451
May 1 Expenses of Foreign Intercourse
455
Dec 15 Quarantines and Health Laws
457
March 12 1812 Steamboats of Alien Residents
461
493
464
Registering of Vessels
467
503
469
66
475
June 27 Addition to Registering
482
516
487
March 2 1867 Albany Port
488
521
493
July
496
528
499
Ang
534
430
539
March 3 1863
542
June 30 1864
554
May 16 Duties on Live Animals imported
560
67
565
215
566
Feb 11 1800 Mitigation and Remission of Forfeitures
567
81
568
April 20 1836 Mackerel Fisheries
577
66
591
Receipts
636
709
674
60
703
Jan 22 1867 Appropriation of Internal Revenue in certain Territories to the erection
710
24
726
June
729
July
730
June 14 Weights and Measures
739
6
741
March 3 1855 Form of Bullion for Coinage and Salaries of certain Clerks
746
66
750
March 3 1865 Coinage of ThreeCent Pieces c
752
Duties on Imports
756
July 21 1841 Act authorizing a Loan not exceeding 12000000
759
22
763
Aug 10 Provision for the Payment of the Evidences of Public Debt in certain
765
June 14 1858 Act to authorize a Loan not exceeding 20000000
773
March 2 Act to provide for the Payment of Outstanding Treasury Notes c
779
Feb 12 1862 Act to authorize an additional Issue of United States Notes
785
July 11 1862 Act authorizing an additional Issue of United States Notes c
789
36
795
23
802
38
806
8 Act to punish and prevent the Counterfeiting of Coin
814
43
821
April 2 1844 Administering of the Oath required by Section 3 of the Act of March
822
Feb 5 1867 Act to punish certain Crimes
827
March 3 1851 Superintendents of Lights
833
66
840
July 4 Discriminating Duties
846
March 3 Charge for casting Silver into Disão tr and Size and Devices of Coins
849
36
851
6
853
10
863
742
866
562
874
209
876
39
879
742
884
93
909
Aug 4 1854 Extension of the Limit for Annual Salary of Clerks in the Mint
915
66
917
229
920
13 Fall River District
923
91
924
28 Collection Districts in California
936
35
946
833
957

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